Ford's layout at the São Paolo car salon included the Ranger Storm concept, a central look that rented Ranger Raptor's prints, not his grunt.
Carscoops The real Storm concept (by the way, we like the name) is based on Ranger Limited, but it gets visual delights such as the silver slide and sport air inlet and the front mask that says STORM. But I think you've noticed this too.
On the front of the drive, the Ranger Storm uses a 3.2-liter five-cylinder diesel.
The power range is 197 KM, which is 13 KM less than that produced by the Euro Ranger Raptor. It also has a low speed – at 470 Nm of torque, that is 30 Nm for the Ranger Raptor.
The power of the engine is powered by a six-speed automatic transmission and then sent to all four wheels by means of a drive on all wheels.
As far as we can say, the Ford Ranger Storm is not going to the US or to Europe, but let's say, for example, it will be available on the old continent.
Would you rather replace it with a full Raptor?
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